Addressing graduation pathways

By Sam Hanley IHSPA Secretary Southport High School With scheduling for the next year in full-swing — and many unanswered questions surrounding new graduation pathway requirements — members have been ...

The heart in interviewing

By Grace Xu IHSPA Student Board Member Carmel High School I think many people who have never been on the reporter side of journalism often view the medium as a ...

Transforming with the times

By Mary Adams IHSPA Student Board Member Ben Davis High School We all have dealt with schools changing throughout the past year, and student journalists have had to change the ...

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2020 Harvey Award winners revealed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 30, 2020 The Indiana High School Press Association ...

IHSPA announces latest Hoosier Star winners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 2, 2020 The Indiana High School Press Association ...

Additions, revisions made to Hoosier Star

By Ryan Gunterman IHSPA Executive Director The Indiana High School Press Association ...

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The importance, influence of journalism

By Kathleen Tran IHSPA Student Board Member Fishers High School During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers are the most popular out of all of the occupations known to be on the frontline of the virus and risking their lives to save others. With other events that also happened in 2020 – the presidential election, the […]

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Yearbook design by experience

By Ellie Shoultz IHSPA Student Board Member Plainfield High School When you have a ton of content for a spread, there are mixed emotions when it comes time to lay it all out on the page. There is an infinite number of configurations to choose from when it comes to arranging the content, so how […]

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First Amendment, top journalists celebrated

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 3, 2021 The Indiana High School Press Association is honored to recognize Lawrence North High School student journalist Natalie Rowland as the 2021 Indiana High School Journalist of the Year. One of five finalists from across the state, a three-person judging panel selected the North Star editor-in-chief’s portfolio because it showcased her […]

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